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... do it justice.
The hostel recommended we check out an old medieval hospital. It looks like a beautiful village detailed with mosaics on the outside and inside connected with a series of underground tunnels. Each house was assigned a medical specialty. It was still in use in the 1990s and is now a UNESCO site. Unfortunately there is not too much to actually open inside the place. It seems ...
... tolerate but don't acknowledge. Having said that, Marta described them as very high-tech and politically active intellectuals. Getting your son into the choir is every families dream apparently. Back to Barcelona. Final destination of the day was another of Gaudi's masterpieces, Guell Parc. Guell was a well-to-do fellow who bought a hill on the outskirts of town to turn into a 'gated community/housing estate' for 60 homes for the wealthy. Gaudi was employed to ...
... of the outside, and then found out that due to a special event taking place that day, we weren't allowed inside. Without letting these events hinder our spirits, we leisurely hung-out in a nearby park, crashed a nun picnic, and later on we were happily lost along the beach.
All in all, it was a ridiculously laid-back and carefree weekend. As I'm writing this blog post, the pane is landing in our next 3-day destination- look for the next post to come from Madrid!
... all directions, up and down, side-to-side...no matter how many times we went on a certain route, there was always something new to see! Strolling the Ramblas, the wide pedestrian walkway that runs from Placa de Catalunya to the waterfront on a Sunday is the perfect way to experience local life in this vibrant city. It's always packed, and we were warned and warned about pickpockets, but fortunately we didn't see or ...
Barcelona kind of violated the terms and conditions of this trip because I have been here before. Twice. And, if you are really bored, you can read my blog from the last time in 2006 here - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/cadkinsca/festivals2006/11516022 00/tpod.html . I didnīt have much choice, though, because Barcelona is the closest airport ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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